Queen Letizia attended the meeting of Afammer at Auditorium Hotel

On December 13, Queen Letizia chaired the meeting of presentation of conclusions of "The Voice of Rural Women in the World" congress held by AFAMMER (Confederation of Federations and Associations of Rural Families and Women). The meeting was held at Marriott Auditorium Hotel & Conference Center in Madrid. The purpose of the Congress is to review the situation of women in rural areas over the past 20 years, to discuss some of the problems that are still existent, such as inequality, discrimination and a lack of respect for human rights and to deliver solution proposals.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints, and Prada toe Pump, and green earrings, and carried Nina Ricci Arc clutch.
Queen Letizia wore Sandro long dress with scarf prints
SANDRO Scarf Prints Long Dress
Queen Letizia wore Prada Toe Pumps - Queen Letizia StyleQueen Letizia carried Nina Ricci Arc Clutch
                                  PRADA Toe Pumps                                         NINA RICCI Arc Clutch

33 comments:

  1. Well queen Letizia is not in her best period, right now!!? I don't congratulate the designer Sandro.

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    1. But I do congratulate Sandro, so much so that some weeeks ago I've bought this same dress for myself for Christmas Eve dinner, the biggest family event of the year. Queen L. looks lovely in it, and I hope I will too.

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    2. Sakurahime, of course you will!

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    3. Sure you will Sakurahime! Love this dress, it's really becoming.

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    4. I understand your point Sakurahime. In fact it is the skirt which appears strange to me. I am sure you will be lovely!.

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    5. Thank you, Coralie, María and MaryT for your nice comments. I take this opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a successful and happy 2019 enjoying the company of your family and friends.

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  2. Gorgeous color on this dress! -- but I think it would be so much better if the print were confined to the bodice and sleeves, with the lower portion the solid dark shade. With that modification, it could be a lovely garment.

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    1. Totally agree, as it is, there's too much of the pattern, especially in the back; the skirt would be great just plain

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  3. What a fun dress. Not really her usual sleek style but good nonetheless

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  4. This dress is pretty enough but does not go to the queen. The front of the skirt is not fitter.

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  5. To me the design looks in a way as Spanish folklore in modern style…… maybe I'm totally wrong ?

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    1. Spanish folklore..From the Basque Country?? Catalonia?? Galicia? Extremadura?? Castilla?
      Every part of Spain is totally different.., I can't see any of them.

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  6. Lovely color. Very becoming to her . I thinks its nice to try different styles , why not ?

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  7. Love it: the length, the cut and specially the colour. Shoes wow, make-up & hair nice also.

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  8. This dress adds 10 lb. Look at the model as well as Letitzia.

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  9. I am on the fence with this dress, I like the color which is a departure for her and I love that she is venturing into different colors. I like the the silhouette and length, but I don't love the print. Although I must say that as I see more pictures, I am starting to warm up to it

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  10. La reina Letizia usa poco el color verde, pero creo que le sienta muy bien. Este vestido con diseño foulard es alegre y original. Me gusta, se la ve relajada y cómoda.

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  11. The print together with the gathered pleats gives an optical illusion of having a belly or even early pregnancy. If it looks like this on very slim women, you can imagine what it will look like like on a woman with a fuller body. Otherwise it's a pretty dress.

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  12. I don´t like this look. And that´s despite the lovely colour(s). I think the bodice is fine, but the skirt part is a desaster. Why the pleated skirt with a non-pleated bodice? Why the pleats on top of the print making the print looked deformed? Why this weird placement of the pattern with that square in front and the weird downward-curved line across her hips? I don´t really get the design.
    The bodice has plenty of interest in itself, and it would have looked nice with a much simpler skirt, ideally solid green and A-line, knee-length. This bodice as a wrap-blouse tied at the side would have also worked, again with simple solid-colour skirt.

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    1. I think the designer thought just the contrary...why not?? Ha!!

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    2. You said it well, Vanessa. The downward slant of the print on the skirt looks "sad," I think. It might be that you don't notice it so much when you stand in front of a mirror, but from farther away it is a drag-down look. The colors and bodice are lovely, however.

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  13. Like I said about her following engagement: This is an unexpected choice for Letizia. There is a lot going on with the fabric and the patterns of the dress, but I like the colour very much. And with a minimum of accessories, she styles this outfit very well.

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  14. This bandana print is a departure for Letizia. The color does look very nice on her. I am having trouble with the curvature of the print on the skirt. The pleats are nice and I don't find that they to add to her size. I think there is an optical illusion where the solid green is across the abdomen.

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  15. A striking change from the Queen. When she steps out of her comfort zone of 4 solid colors, good things happen. The green is appropriate for the season as is the clever use of the pleats and pattern as design details. It looks like a large scarf was pleated accordion style (as opposed to flat) and the edges of the scarves are attached so that the lines curve and define the shape. The pattern also meets at the sides. Accessories are on point. Well done. There is also a lovely picture of her meeting women from different countries dressed in their traditional clothing.

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  16. Interesting and unusual dress, I think Letizia make this dress work and she looks great. Also lovely hairstyle.

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  17. The lady in the wrap dress reminds me of Diane Von Furstenberg.

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  18. Maybe more suita le to queen Rania

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  19. Sometimes a busy look needs less, and sometimes it actually benefits from just a little more. In this case, I think the addition of a slim black belt would help. I don't have any problem with the variety of directions the pattern takes, only I want a little separation, the better to appreciate both the individual parts and the whole.

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  20. The emerald green, looks great to Queen Letizia.

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